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Hotel Ibis Brisbane

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Accommodations - Hotel Ibis Brisbane. Copyright Hotel Ibis Brisbane.

* Standard 1 queen bed

Oversized and airconditioned, the comfortable Standard Room boasts contemporary design and a great queen-size bed. It also features a large desk area, broadband internet access and in-room movies. Up to 2 adults. No rollaway.

* Standard 2 queen beds

Oversized and airconditioned, the comfortable Standard Room boasts contemporary design and two great queen-size beds. It also features a large desk area, broadband internet access and in-room movies. No rollaway.

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Ibis Brisbane is conveniently located in the centre of the city, within easy walking distance of the Queen Street Mall shopping precinct, Treasury Casino, South Bank Parklands, Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre, Queensland Performing Arts Centreand Roma Street Transit Centre. The hotel features 218 rooms, a restaurant and bar. Guests also have access to food and beverage outlets and conference facilities at the neighbouring Mercure Hotel.

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Review date:   October 12, 2017 10:25PM
Review:   Clean room, housing keeping were lovely and provided an extra face washer on request. Asked for a take away hamburger, chips, onion ring and beer deal from the restaurant on level 1 which I was happy to wait for. Room for improvement from your restaurant is perhaps have take away bags/containers or provide your guest with a tray and cover; very hard to carry a plate, beer, purse and then try and use the key in the lift to get to my floor, nearly dropped my dinner. Friendly staff, I don't think the Ibis looks after the reception staff well, as they are crazy busy, answering calls, checking people in, checking people out, taking bags. There really should be more than one person. Otherwise enjoyed my stay.
Author:   Michelle Brown
Rating (out of 3 stars):  

Review date:   October 12, 2017 5:40AM
Review:   The stay was purpose built because we were attending workshop/training at nearby hotel and had our baby with mother-in-law with us. We had booked a 2 queen bed, business room. The room was very dark, cold, and stuffy. The carpets were dirty & stained red all over it, mold in bathrooms, and very outdated rooms. The breakfast was definitely the best part of our stay and set the day for us to attend long day of learning. Upon checkout had issue with parking - very confusing and the staff mixing it up and giving us wrong information on how to get out and then back in. Got stuck at gate and had to pay to get out. Staff had difficult time getting the parking right. Got it fixed up in the end but very difficult process. With this all said, we would not stay at this Ibis again.
Author:   Shawn Koller
Rating (out of 3 stars):  

Review date:   October 16, 2017 6:27AM
Review:   Clean and tidy. Welcoming efficient staff. Comfortable beds. Would have liked a biscuit with our cup of tea. Quite loud neighbours for a couple of hours but we were in bed early as very tired/jet lagged.
Author:   Richard Williams
Rating (out of 3 stars):  

Review date:   August 19, 2017 7:32AM
Review:   The Ibis Brisbane has always been a friendly, comfortable home when your not able to be home. You are always greeted with a smile day or night and the staff are extremely helpful. Buffet breakfast was enjoyable. The only downer was the floor was very sticky around where the fruit juice was situated. Thank you Ibis staff for a great overnight stay
Author:   browne_frank
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Review date:   November 30, 2017 7:04AM
Review:   Great hotel in the heart of Brisbane. Nice little restaurant and bar, which hosts a pretty nice buffet breakfast in the morning. Check in & out was a breeze, very friendly staff
Author:   Mathew Fraser
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